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Tuesday 2 October 2012

Golden Matador

Exclusive interview with Cavani

“Napoli, it is the right year”

With six goals in the first six matches the Uruguayan is the added element that allows the Azzurri to compete with Juve

Juve, there is Lucescu in Turin

And Conte is heading towards a reduction

The TNAS could reduce the betting ban by four months for the Bianconeri Coach

Chiellini looks to the European challenge: “The most important match”

Benfica test for Messi and Xavi

Allegri-Spalletti parallel lives meet in St Petersburg

Cassano without limits: “Inter Scudetto? Why not…”

The stadium exodus? Expensive tickets and too much TV

Milan and Roma change everything!

Galliani could leave Milan for the Lega

Fenucci could leave Roma for Milan

Maldini could return to Milan as a director

Guardiola could become the Coach of Milan

The teams are in a crisis: those in the hierarchy could leave

Baldini would also leave the Giallorossi (to Tottenham) and maybe Sabatini

President Pallotta in the city to replace them with a super manager

Juve, party for the Champions League and Conte

After more than a thousand days the Bianconeri will play at home in the Champions League: there is Shakhtar

The TNAS will discuss the appeal of the Coach today: he is heading towards a reduction, a four-month ban for him

Barca against Benfica. United want to make it 100

Cagliari have picked Diego Lopez

Stramaccioni in the trail of Mourinho

How Napoli are running in Europe

Palermo discover the gold of Miccoli

Running wild

Conte wants goals and a reduction

Juve could stake a claim for qualification by beating Shakhtar

Meanwhile TNAS should cut the Coach’s ban

Ventura raises the bar: “Toro, it is only the beginning”

The 5-1 in Bergamo does not stop the ambitions of the Coach: “We can still surprise”

Cassano show on everything Inter: “But Juve will last for years”

Allegri plays for his Milan future with Spalletti and the derby

Chievo: Corini for Di Carlo?

Cagliari change, Lopez is ready

Pro Vercelli what a defeat

Comotto-goal, Varese on the brink